How to treat COVID-19 infection?

Despite further reports of infections, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that specific antiviral treatments for COVID-19 are not recommended. People with COVID-19 should receive symptomatic treatment to relieve it. In severe cases, treatment should focus especially on maintaining vital organ functions.


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Illness criteria

According to the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate, the coronavirus diagnosis criteria are divided into clinical and epidemiological. The person who should undergo treatment must meet the clinical and epidemiological criteria and report to the emergency room of the nearest hospital with an infectious disease ward.
Clinical criteria are met by a person who exhibits at least one of the symptoms of respiratory failure (fever, cough, dyspnoea).
The epidemiological criteria are met by a person who, within 14 days before the onset of symptoms (at least one of the conditions):
stayed or traveled in a region where it is suspected that the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 is sustained
had close contact with a person diagnosed with SARS-CoV-2 infection (contact with a confirmed or probable case)
worked or stayed as a visitor in a health care facility that treated patients infected with SARS-CoV-2.
After diagnosis and diagnosis, the patient should be treated and monitored in an isolation ward.

What measures can be recommended for therapeutic purposes?

Symptomatic treatment can be performed using methods such as:
painkillers
syrup or other cough medications
rest
fluid intake.
If your doctor thinks you may be treated at home, they can give you special instructions, such as isolating yourself from your family while you are ill and staying at home for a while. If you are very sick, you may need hospital treatment.

Coronavirus infection diagnosis

If you experience symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection, see your doctor. Tell him about your recent travels, especially international ones. Also let your doctor know if you've been in close contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 coronavirus disease.
Your doctor may order samples to be collected, including a saliva (sputum) sample, a nasal swab, and a throat swab.